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5G at MWC: News, Products, and a Base Station on the Moon

EDN Network

At this year’s Mobile World Congress (WMC), three heavy-hitting mobile brands announced plans to implement 5G and MIMO technology in several US cities. Meanwhile, Vodaphone Germany announced its plans to install 4G infrastructure on the moon. Could 2019 be the year of 5G?    

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6 Inspiring Women Empowering Digital Transformation

EBN Online

In an industry that has been historically dominated by men, six women share their insights of innovation and inspiration in tech. As digital pioneers, each is an advocate for empowerment of women in tech and embrace digital technology as a means to create a better world for future generations.      

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Microchip to Buy Microsemi for $8.35 Billion

EE Times

In a move designed to expand Microchip’s market and presence, especially in aerospace, defense, and communications, the company will purchase Microsemi for $8.35 billion. According to Microchip, the acquisition provides annual sales of $5.8 billion based on each company’s 2017 fourth quarter revenue.    

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The Smart Factory: How Smart Manufacturing is Changing the Electronics Industry    

EBN Online

The rapid development across of technologies is fueling the shift toward smart factories. As technology advances, manufacturers will look to optimize the factory floor in new, innovative ways that include AI, robotics, cloud computing, augmented reality, and big data.

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New Brain for the Arduino and… PICkit 4         


New microcontrollers from Microchip are hitting the market, and there are some interesting upgrades that consumers will be interested in. The ATmega4809, the PIC16F18446, and the PICkit 4 are the main focus of this article, and include a short review of each component.

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Teardown: ST Grows Inside Samsung’s S9         

EE Times

The Galaxy S9 may look similar to last year’s S8, but the inner workings tell a different story. Of the various embedded sensors, STMicro is the most versatile. In addition to the pressure sensor, Samsung’s S9 uses ST’s 6-axis IMU which was visible in the teardown completed by System Plus Consulting in France.    

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Amazon Paid $90M to Buy Out Security Camera Company Blink for its Innovative Chips    

Electronic Products

With intent to use the cameras for Amazon’s new smart delivery systems, the tech giant has purchased security camera startup, Blink. The camera can allegedly record constantly for up to two years. As energy consumption continues to be an issue, Blink has found a way to leverage the energy of two AA lithium batteries.    

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Reliable IoT Connectivity- SmartMesh IP™ Wireless Solutions Guide By Analog Devices


SmartMesh IP™ 802.15.4 hardware is available in chip package or as pre-RF-certified module assemblies. They're 99.99% reliable, come with ten-year battery life and offer high security strategy including encryption, message integrity checks, and more.

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